A note from Professor John Scott, Television-Radio Department, Roy H. Park School of Communications, Ithaca College:
I am teaching courses with advanced students who are completing substantial video projects this semester. I am seeking ways to contact interested musicians or sound-designers who may benefit from interacting with my students as they begin to consider working with a composer or sound-designer for their soundtrack.
I have a course reserved for seniors who are doing final projects in a workshop environment. There are 2 documentaries and 5 fictional narratives being produced. One documentary is likely to be quite long (20-30 minutes) and has been shooting for over a year now. One narrative script looks like it will be in the 15-20 minute range. Everything else is in the 5 to 12 minute range.
I also have four documentaries being shot in an advanced documentary class and four fictional narratives being shot in an intermediate fiction class. Each of these will likely be in the 5 to 12 minute range.
Topics range from dogsledding, a maverick space capsule inventor, sex education in schools on the doc side to a crime scene drama, teen runaway drama and multiple comedies on the fiction side.
All of the projects need to be screened at a big auditorium here on IC campus on either Friday, Saturday or Sunday May 4,5 or 6.
If you are interested in scoring or sound design please contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org) with some info about your expertise and preferences and I will put the info into the hands of relevant students and then let you all figure it out from there, (no obligation for either side.)